EndNote: Get Started
Pitt students and faculty:
Download EndNote software for free through the Software Download Service at my.pitt.edu.
- The student download includes a permanent, unrestricted license.
- The faculty download can only be used when connected or logged on remotely to the Pitt network. You cannot use it if your Pitt account is terminated.
Pitt students, faculty, and staff:
Get EndNote on CD at a discounted rate ($5 for students, $55 for faculty and staff). It includes a permanent license for all purchasers (students, faculty, and staff with Pitt IDs). UPMC Residents and Fellows should contact Pitt Software Distribution Services for non-Pitt details.
For more information:
- 412-624-HELP 
HSLS has EndNote classes to help you with everything from the basics to advanced EndNote.
All classes are in Falk Library Classroom 2 unless otherwise noted. Click the link for details or to register.
Interested in EndNote but don’t know where to begin? This hour long class will get you started importing, annotating, and organizing your references, as well as using the Cite While You Write tools.
- December 4, 9 am - 10 am
This hands on class will show you how to use more advanced features of EndNote, including adding and editing citation styles, using Smart Groups, importing references into and out of Excel, and using EndNote in PowerPoint slides.
- November 13, 3 pm - 4 pm
- December 4, 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Are you working on a research team that is juggling references, manuscripts, and multiple EndNote accounts? This hour long class will show you how to use EndNote to manage it all.
- November 16, 10 am - 11 am
- December 10, 2 pm - 3 pm
Can't make it to class?
HSLS makes the materials from its 2 hour EndNote Basics class available online.
You can also watch the EndNote video below for a brief overview of EndNote X9 For Windows. Have a Mac instead?